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Sal's Beverage World USD 7.99 750ml

Conquista Malbec 2010

Winemaker's Notes:

The grapes are hand harvested at optimum ripeness from the foothills of the Andes Mountains in the San Rafael region of Mendoza. The near-desert conditions are remedied by water from the snow-capped Andes that also guard the area from radical temperature shifts that would otherwise hurt the harvest, and instead account for better fruit flavor and maturation in the clean, pollution-free mountain air. Mendoza rests on the San Andreas Fault and experiences near weekly small earthquakes. These mini-quakes shift layers of sand, clay, and loam with gravel and limestone, providing Mendoza’s vineyards with superb root nutrients and variety.

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Snooth User: MrRiesling
2015421,393
3.50 5
12/10/2011

Another one of those great 10 dollar Malbecs. Cherry flavors with smooth tannins.


Snooth User: shamakir
1013764108
3.50 5
01/09/2012

Drinkable alone. A bit of oak with Acceptable fruit forward. Worth it for the price off $6-8 bucks


Snooth User: bde
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3.00 5
11/23/2011

Three glasses



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Tasting Notes:

Conquista Malbec is bright and fruity with plum, spice and red fruit aromas. It is full bodied with good acidity and layers of blackberries and blueberries, hints of mocha and spice on the lingering finish.

The grapes are hand harvested at optimum ripeness from the foothills of the Andes Mountains in the San Rafael region of Mendoza. The near-desert conditions are remedied by water from the snow-capped Andes that also guard the area from radical temperature shifts that would otherwise hurt the harvest, and instead account for better fruit flavor and maturation in the clean, pollution-free mountain air. Mendoza rests on the San Andreas Fault and experiences near weekly small earthquakes. These mini-quakes shift layers of sand, clay, and loam with gravel and limestone, providing Mendoza’s vineyards with superb root nutrients and variety.

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